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ECORE International Teams with Anytime Fitness on ABC’s Secret Millionaire
Source: ENCORE International

Lancaster, PA (June 25, 2012) – ECORE International proudly announces its donation of Everlast sports surfacing to the Bethany, Oklahoma Anytime Fitness club. ECORE supplied almost 2,000 square feet of Everlast in Peanut Crunch to the newly opened facility. This donation comes in conjunction with the generosity exhibited by Anytime Fitness club co-founders Chuck Runyon, CEO, and Dave Mortensen, President, on ABC’s Secret Millionaire.

“Supporting Anytime Fitness and their exceptional work in Oklahoma City was a pleasure,” said Arthur Dodge III, ECORE International Chairman and CEO. “The dedication and passion displayed by those in the community, as well as by Anytime Fitness, shines a spotlight on what it takes to make an impact. We’re excited to see how the latest addition to the franchise evolves.”

The story of the donation begins with the journey taken by Runyon and Mortensen. The duo, who have known each other for over 20 years, appeared on the June 10, 2012 episode of Secret Millionaire, a show where millionaires live “undercover” within communities-in-need. They seek out deserving organizations through volunteer opportunities and reveal themselves at the episode’s conclusion. Ultimately they make donations to worthy organizations in an effort to improve lives and communities, in this case particularly for the countless children in Oklahoma City facing economic and other challenges.

“The young children we met in Oklahoma City are dealing with unbelievable hardships,” said Chuck Runyon, Anytime Fitness co-founder and CEO. “Many of them are essentially homeless. Others have educational and nutritional needs that aren’t being met. The generosity of companies like ECORE will go a long way towards giving these children a better chance to enjoy happy, healthy and productive lives.”

The connection that Runyon and Mortensen made with co-founders of the Oklahoma City Youth Wrestling Foundation was a natural fit given the organization’s mission: “To build relationships between at-risk youth and caring role models in the Oklahoma City are through the sport of wrestling.” The pair donated an entire Anytime Fitness club to benefit the Foundation. Twenty percent of the proceeds of the club will go directly to the Foundation, which assists hundreds of children in Oklahoma City each year.

“The week we spent with the kids in Oklahoma City changed our lives forever,” said Dave Mortensen, Anytime Fitness co-founder and President. “As anyone who watched the show could tell, it’s tough not to get emotional when you see the challenges that these kids face every day. At the same time, it’s incredibly heartwarming to know that there are organizations out there, like Oklahoma City Youth Wrestling, that are so dedicated to making a real difference in young people’s lives.”

The new Anytime Fitness club benefiting the Foundation is located at 7140 NW 23rd Street in Bethany, OK. For more information about how the club and the Foundation are assisting children, or about how you can get involved, contact Tyler Williams at

About Anytime Fitness
Founded in 2002, Anytime Fitness is now the fastest-growing fitness club franchise in the world, with nearly 1,600,000 members and 2,000+ clubs worldwide. Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Anytime Fitness prides itself on providing its members with convenient and affordable fitness options in friendly, well-maintained facilities which feature top-quality exercise equipment. Clubs are now open in 49 states, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Grand Cayman, Poland, the Netherlands, Qatar and Japan. Join one club and use them all. Members also enjoy free access to, the most comprehensive wellness website available.

ECORE International traces its history back to the mid-nineteenth century, a time when individuals transformed big ideas into extraordinary results. With equal measures of hard work and ingenuity, the company evolved a promising concept into a full line of the smartest, highest-performing and most eco-logically responsible recycled rubber products made in the United States. Today, ECORE leads the commercial rubber flooring category and continues to blaze trails and set new standards in recycled rubber technology, responding with intelligent solutions that improve people’s lives every day.

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Active Network Launches Mob Experience
Source: Active Network

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. – June 20, 2012 – Consumers are flocking to an explosive, new trend in mass participatory sporting events—where individuals and teams compete and socialize by jumping over fire, crawling through mud, outrunning zombies and getting splashed with paint. Recognizing this emerging trend, Active Network (NYSE: ACTV), the leader in cloud-based activity and participant management™ solutions, today launched a brand new Mob™ experience on its flagship media property,® to reflect and celebrate the mob mentality of this new breed of adventure-seeking participants.

The Mob portal taps into the hyper social nature of the latest craze in adventure races, zombie chases as well as mud, obstacle and paint runs, and helps consumers from all demographics find, prepare for and share their Mob experience. The site provides targeted resources and rich content including how to train for an upcoming race, how to develop a costume, profiles on Mob race directors, as well as user-generated content, social components, featured events and more.

“Mob events represent a new genre of social sporting events that illustrates perfectly the gamified culture we live in today. Moving well beyond traditional racing competitions like running, cycling, triathlons and even 5Ks, they appeal to a much wider audience comprised of both competitive, thrill-seeking athletes as well as participants just looking to do something fun with their friends,” said Eric McCue, general manager for sports at Active Network. “Recognizing this surge in participation and the opportunity it represents our customers, we have created a unique Mob experience for our consumers and provided proprietary technology to our race organizers to help them capitalize on this growing market.”

Many race organizers have been quick to adopt Active Network’s activity and participant management software to manage various aspects of Mob events, from online registration and secure payment processing, to social media integration, volunteer recruitment and management to targeted marketing services. The ActiveWorks® Endurance technology platform includes tools that are well suited to managing Mob events such as the group management feature which allows friends to register for events in teams, social media plug-ins which allow race directors to push deals and discounts to participants via Facebook, and an integrated ActiveGiving® fundraising tool to help Mob teams drive digital donations to their favorite charities.

Spartan Race, Color Run and Walking Dead are among the many pioneers in this emerging race category who work with Active Network to help them deliver successful events from start to finish. According to Spartan Race founder, Joe DeSena, “We are creating the sport of obstacle racing and manage dozens of races across North America every year. At our rate of growth, we needed Active Network’s expertise to help us effectively manage all of our events and promote them to a broad audience. And because the company’s software is cloud-based, it has the ability to scale with us as we grow, and evolve with us as our needs change.”

Join the Mob experience at and put on your own Mob event with technology from

About Active Network

Active Network is on a mission to make the world a more active place. With deep expertise in activity and participant management, our ActiveWorks cloud technology helps organizers transform and grow their businesses. We do this through technology solutions that power the world’s activities and through online destinations such as that connect people with the things they love to do. Serving over 50,000 global business customers and driving over 80 million transactions annually, we help organizers get participants, manage their events and build communities. Active Network is headquartered in San Diego, California and has over 30 offices worldwide. Learn more at or and engage with us on Twitter @ActiveNetwork, @Active and on Facebook.
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Governor Scott Walker applauds Aacer Flooring
Source: Aacer Flooring

PESHTIGO, WI. – June 21st 2012, Aacer Flooring Vice President of Sales and Marketing Kevin Barker announced today Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker visited Aacer Flooring manufacturing facility in Peshtigo, Wis.

“We are so honored today to have Governor Scott Walker and his staff come and visit us here in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. The Governors visit marks a huge milestone for us at Aacer. Over the last two years we have had to rebuild our company in one of the most challenging global economies we have ever seen. We understand Governor Walker’s reforms are have been squarely designed to help people and businesses whom are the ones responsible for creating jobs. It is this type of leadership that allows companies like ours to have confidence, grow, prosper and help families in the state of Wisconsin have a more secure future.” Barker went on to say, “During his tenure we have been able to reinvest into the business through the hiring of more people and investment in capital projects making us more competitive in the global market.”

Aacer flooring has recently increased its work force by 20% and many of the capital projects have had a direct impact helping Aacer become more competitive in the market place. Governor Scott Walker was able to spend time speaking to the employees and distinguished guests that included customers, business partners, State Representatives and the Peshtigo Mayor.

Governor Walker said “…Government doesn’t create jobs. We either create an environment that’s better or worse, positive or negative, and we’re trying to make it more positive for companies like yours, not only because you do business here, but you do business around the globe. And if we do that, it’ll produce results. The great thing is that it has!” The Governor went on to say, “I just wanted to tell you that we’re excited, we’re ready to move forward; I think we’ve laid a great foundation, just like your company laid for success. You see that with about one hundred new positions created and more in the future. We’re seeing the same thing right here in the State of Wisconsin. So we’re thrilled about the future. Thank you to all the people, not just for listening, but thank you for the good work you do.” Governor Walker went on to tour the facility and learn why Aacer Flooring is the leading producer of Northern Hard Rock Maple in the world.

About Aacer Flooring

Aacer Flooring is the world leader in maple performance sports flooring systems. With more than 100 years experience in every part of the wood flooring industry, Aacer manufactures sports performance floor systems designed to accommodate athletes at all levels of play. Aacer also produces ten species of northern hardwood in a variety of face widths and grades in a LEED certified environmentally controlled facility. Aacer protects the environment by involving themselves as members of the FSC, MFMA, NWFA, and USGBC. Aacer’s floor systems are showcased around the world and in the Basketball Hall of Fame where the history and future of sports floors are prominently displayed. Aacer is owned by the GreenStone FCS Company a $6 billion dollar company. 
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NSPF Announces New Apps and Training Videos for Android
Source: National Swimming Pool Foundation

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, June 14, 2012 — Android® smart phone users have been salivating over National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) Apps, patiently awaiting releases that will work for the Android platform. The non-profit educator announces that two of its service apps previously released for iPhone®/iPad® — the Pool Chemical Dosing App and the Saturation Index App — are both ready to download by Android platform users.

“Having both Android and iPhone capability makes life so much better for even more industry service pros,” says Alex Antoniou, Ph.D., Director of Education at NSPF®. “We will continue to innovate apps that make sense for our service professionals, utilizing both platforms.”

In addition, there are four training videos on YouTube to help service pros who are using the Pool Service Manager App. While, the Pool Service Manager App is currently available for iPhone or iPad platforms only, the foundation promises an Android version is coming very soon. “Pool management is truly now in the hands of the service pro, 24 hours a day. Running a service business is a tough job,” says Thomas M. Lachocki, Ph.D, CEO of National Swimming Pool Foundation. “These high tech tools take the pain out of keeping track of all the details.”

The Chemical Dosing App ($3.99) makes chemical dosing easier, faster, more accurate and safer for pool technicians, facility managers, water treatment managers and home pool and spa owners. Several tools within the app will help service pros properly calculate the amount needed to adjust chemicals to the required level. The user-friendly interface includes pre-loaded chemical formulas for the most commonly used pool chemicals, organized by category. Says one pro, “Best apps for pools on the market.” Users can create and save personal dosing formulas based on label directions, and save pool information, which eliminates the need to recalculate pool volume each time they are poolside. They just pick the pool from those saved in the app.

The Saturation Index App ($2.99) provides all the tools needed to achieve properly balanced water. The app incorporates the five balance factors, pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness, temperature, and total dissolved solids. “Awesome App!” writes one user. “Very easy to use a quick calculation, all my techs use it and love it.” The app also adjusts for cyanuric acid levels present in the water to get the right water balance.

Service pros using the Pool Service Manager App find they can be more efficient and improve their bottom line. The app makes it easy to schedule and record services, repairs, chemical test results, calculate and record water balance, chemical dosage, volume and flow rates, create and email shopping lists making supply pick ups more efficient, share work history and billing information with their main office, schedule recurring visits and many other functions. Pool Service Manager app purchasers also receive “NSPF Digital News,” keeping them abreast of emerging issues and solutions.

The latest version has an invoice creation module, separate service and repair logs and a report wizard to make it easier to generate a report for a single or all customers. Additionally, GPS coordinates are also incorporated into all emails sent from the app; this verifies to customers and management that the service professional was poolside. The app now has a photo module, allowing the service tech to take and attach photos to the customer record. They can also email the photos to show the customer the pool is clean or to let them know about an issue in need of repair.

To purchase any of the apps available from National Swimming Pool Foundation, visit iTunes or the Google Play Store and search for National Swimming Pool Foundation, NSPF or the App name.

About NSPF®
The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) is a non-profit organization founded in 1965, giving back about $4 million of all revenue since 2003 to fund grants to prevent illness, injury, and drowning, and to demonstrate the benefits of aquatic activity. The Foundation works towards its mission to encourage healthier living through aquatic education and research with its collection of educational products and training. Visit for more information.
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SGMA Announces National Product Donation/Distribution Partnership with Good Sports
Source: Good Sports

SILVER SPRING, MD – June 13, 2012 -- The Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA) is pleased to announce its partnership with Good Sports, a non-profit group that helps to lay the foundation for healthy, active lifestyles. The two groups will be working together to provide sporting goods equipment, athletic footwear, and sports apparel to disadvantaged youth nationwide. As part of the partnership, SGMA will help connect its member companies with Good Sports, a solution provider for many sporting goods companies looking to donate inventory for operational, marketing or charitable reasons. Interested companies will have the ability to directly reach Good Sports through the SGMA website.

“Having access to a turn-key outlet for donating excess product is another perk of being a member of SGMA,” said SGMA President/CEO Tom Cove. “When SGMA member companies donate product to Good Sports, our members will know that the product will be distributed to people around the country who will truly appreciate the donation.”

“Good Sports is excited to announce this partnership with SGMA,” said Christy Keswick, Chief Operating Officer of Good Sports. “We believe our ability to provide a service to SGMA members and our aligned strategies of promoting sports and fitness participation make for a natural partnership opportunity.”

“The primary goal of our partnership with Goods Sports—through which we’ll donate equipment from our Easton, Bell, Riddell, Giro and Blackburn brands—is to help kids in need participate in sports and fitness activities. Helping Good Sports reach more youth athletes and decrease costs to their families is reason enough to team up with them,” said Donna Flood, Chief Operations Officer of Easton-Bell Sports and a member of the Good Sports Advisory Council. “When you consider the added benefits offered by a cause marketing relationship and the opportunity for our employees to participate in donation events first-hand, it’s a win-win for both organizations.”

“With our national reach and operational capabilities, we streamline donations for our sporting goods donors helping to limit internal resources while maximizing the community impact,” says Keswick. “Our donors fall along a spectrum—some are just looking to make a one-time donation and others a more comprehensive partnership. Most importantly, we want to develop a mutually beneficial relationship and we know that can vary from company to company.”

“Aligning with Good Sports is a win-win on so many levels. First, donating some of our excess inventory makes sense because we believe in doing the right thing and helping underserved communities and children. At the same time, it is a great business solution because we are able to donate good, quality yet unused inventory,” said Brian Anderson, President of EB Sport Group and SGMA Board Member. “We have seen firsthand through a follow-up impact report we received that this is a great tool for us to share with our customers, suppliers, employees, and our board of directors -- to show them what we are in doing in the community. Working with Good Sports allowed us to move excess inventory, receive a tax deduction for the donation, and, most importantly, make a tangible contribution to the community. All stake holders benefitted.”

Good Sports helps to lay the foundation for healthy, active lifestyles by providing athletic equipment, footwear, and apparel to disadvantaged young people nationwide. By partnering with sporting goods manufacturers, Good Sports is able to get the necessary equipment into the hands of the kids that need it most, giving them a chance to get in the game. Since 2003, Good Sports has provided over $6 million worth of equipment to nearly 750 youth programs, impacting more than 350,000 kids. For more information on how you can help support Good Sports, please visit

The Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA), the #1 source for sport and fitness research, is the leading global trade association of manufacturers, retailers, and marketers in the sports products industry. SGMA helps lead the sports and fitness industries by fostering participation through research, thought leadership, product promotion, and public policy. More information about SGMA membership, SGMA Research, and SGMA's National Health Through Fitness Day can be found at
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Washington State University Selects Brock International for Intramural Playing Fields
Source: Brock International

Pullman, Wash. (June 12, 2012) – Proving that safety and field performance is important for athletes at all levels, Washington State University (WSU) in Pullman, Washington selected Brock International to provide the supplemental pad systems used underneath its new synthetic turf intramural playing fields. Brock PowerBase, the only Cradle to Cradle Certified CM product in the synthetic turf industry, is a shock pad and drainage layer that reduces the likelihood of traumatic brain injury by up to 50% when compared to typical synthetic turf over a stone base.

“Due to the amount of use our fields received, we wanted a synthetic turf system that could address safety concerns and play performance,” noted Jeff Elbracht, Director, Facilities & Finance, WSU Recreation. “With the help of consultant D. A. Hogan & Associates, our student committee selected Brock because of the safety it afforded intramural and sport club athletes.” 

Under the leadership of D.A. Hogan & Associates, the project included renovation of over 450,000 square feet of natural turf fields to multi-purpose synthetic turf fields at two locations on campus, the Valley Road and Grimes Way playfields. Prior to installing synthetic turf, only intramural softball and football were able to use the two existing fields, which were separated by 22 feet of elevation change that made it difficult to move between the areas.  Due to the location of the fields and the rain in Pullman, the athletic surfaces were typically unusable from November through March. 

Valley Road Playfield Complex was designed to accommodate seven sports including softball, soccer, lacrosse (men’s and women’s), rugby, ultimate Frisbee and flag football. Tackling the challenge of previous field slopes that were very irregular and significantly steeper than those needed for playability, the grading design included development of two terraces for the fields, retaining walls, and extensive grading to provide a balanced site with respect to cut and fill operations. The existing site soils were stabilized with a combination of cement treatment and geotextile grid materials. Installing Brock PowerBase over the permeable aggregate base alleviated drainage problems while providing enhanced impact absorption and safety. In addition, Brock’s shock pad permitted the use of synthetic turf with a shorter pile height and less infill, which will result in cost savings when the surfacing is replaced. 

“One of the criteria in the decision making matrix was that the intramural fields at Washington State University are built into unstable areas”, explained David Anderson, P.E., D.A. Hogan & Associates. “WSU liked the idea of the supplemental pad system since the previous field was a hard, packed surface. Brock allowed us to do adjustments to reestablish planarity and then put the base back down again.” 

Research firm BioMechanica, LLC studied the estimated risk of head injury on synthetic turf surfaces with Brock underlayment and found the product reduces the likelihood of traumatic brain injury by up to 50%, provides the same G-Max and playability as a pristine natural grass field and mitigates field hardening over time. In evaluating Head Injury Criteria (HIC), also known as critical fall height, Sports Labs LLC found that Brock PowerBase offered significant improvement in HIC when compared to a turf field that featured a stone base.

About Brock International

Brock International is the leader in performance base systems for synthetic turf.  With over 20 million square feet of Brock Performance Base in play underneath athletic fields worldwide, the company engineers the best, safest and most sustainable playing surfaces in the world for athletes at all levels. Brock has handled hundreds of successful installations for clients ranging from NFL teams and major universities to community parks.  In October 2011, Brock became the first company in the industry to have a Cradle to Cradle Certification CM for its combined drainage and shock pad product. Offering the only product in the market that can be closed loop recycled, the company’s technologies reduce the overall energy cost of constructing a field by 50%. Made in an ISO and TS certified manufacturing facility of 100% recyclable and non-toxic material, Brock PowerBase is certified to the world’s most stringent environmental standards. Visit to learn more.
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NACDA Partners with Paciolan to Launch Social Media Platform
Source: Paciolan

IRVINE, Calif. (June 12, 2012) – Paciolan, a leading provider of ticketing, marketing, and fundraising solutions for more than 500 live entertainment organizations, including 105 college athletics institutions, today announced that the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), has partnered with the company to launch the PAC Social Media platform for the NACDA Facebook page. Through this partnership, NACDA members will be able to connect, share ideas, and interact with athletics administrators and fellow members on Facebook and Twitter. NACDA is a 47-year-old professional and educational association that serves more than 6,500 college athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

“As part of our strong commitment to our members, we continue to seek out solutions to advance educational opportunities that can help them succeed in their work,” said Bob Vecchione, executive director of NACDA. “With PAC Social Media, they’ll be able to connect with their peers to network and share best practices, engage with our staff for support and receive access to important programs and services — all aimed at helping them to achieve their goals.”

The social media solution is now live on the NACDA Facebook page featuring two tabs with engaging content for members leading up to the Association’s 47th Annual Convention, June 22-28. The “2012 Convention” tab features a countdown clock to the convention, a preview of key general sessions, a “Photo Gallery” that showcases 2011 conference highlights, and a spotlight on convention sponsors. On the “Membership” tab athletics administrators can enter to win a free registration to the 2013 convention by registering through a Facebook sweepstakes application. Here, members can also submit their own personal convention photos for NACDA’s digital scrapbook and become eligible to win a digital camera.

“PAC Social media creates limitless opportunities for member education, content creation, event promotion, engagement and networking,” said Julie Work, assistant executive director, NACDA. “Providing our members with PAC Social Media will give them important resources that can help them tackle day to day challenges and develop solutions that that can take their athletics initiatives to the next level.”

The PAC social media solution enables the NACDA staff to more easily manage all their social media channels through user management, conversation management and content management tools. User management enables granular permissions to be granted to staff, interns or officers within the association to post content to the NACDA Facebook page, Twitter or LinkedIn accounts, all while allowing the social media owner to approve the posts. Conversation management helps NACDA to better monitor and execute two way communications across all social media channels by flagging key words or terms for instant follow up, such as “membership” and triggering automatic responses to the appropriate internal owner. Scheduling posts in advance to all social media channels through a single interface is another conversation management feature. Content management allows NACDA to quickly update their Facebook tabs with new engaging “sapplets” with a drag and drop interface allowing them update videos, photo galleries, sweepstakes, games or any of the 32 social applications available in the PAC Social Media suite. All of these activities and interactions are monitored and measured through a comprehensive reporting dashboard to show social media trending and engagement metrics across all channels in a single location.

“We’re very excited to be partnering with NACDA to implement our industry-leading social media solution,” said Craig Ricks, vice president of marketing for Paciolan. “We’ve been a long time partner with NACDA and their affiliate associations, and are thrilled to help connect these thought leading institutions with their members throughout the year via social media.”


NACDA, now in its 47th year, is the professional and educational association for more than 6,500 college athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. More than 2,200 athletics administrators annually attend the NACDA Convention. Additionally, NACDA administers 12 professional associations, including six for the separate business units that report directly to the athletics directors. For more information on NACDA, visit

About Paciolan

Founded in 1980, Paciolan is the leader in venue enablement, powering ticketing, fundraising and marketing technology solutions for leading organizations across North America. Collectively, Paciolan powers over 500 live entertainment organizations that sell over 100 million tickets annually. Primary markets include college athletics, professional sports, performing arts, arenas and museums. Paciolan is a wholly owned subsidiary of Comcast-Spectacor.
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San Francisco Mayor Recognizes YESCO Electronics
Source: YESCO Electronics

Logan, Utah – June 1, 2012 - YESCO Electronics was honored to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from the mayor of San Francisco, Edwin M. Lee. The certificate states, “…in recognition of your outstanding performance, dedication and hard work in completion of the Moscone Center Tenant Improvements Project. Your efforts are greatly appreciated helping to make a positive change for the citizens of San Francisco thereby improving the quality of life for all its residents, visitors and businesses.” The certificate was presented to YESCO Project Manager, Mark Taylor, May 11th, 2012.

The Moscone Center is San Francisco’s largest convention facility and consists of more than two million square feet of building area, including over 700,000 square feet of exhibit space. YESCO Electronics provided five single face LED video displays, two 6’ x 20’ 6mm, and three 6’ x 30’ 10mm, which are used to promote events happening and coming to the facility. The programmable displays are capable of producing full matrix images utilizing an 18 quadrillion color pallet.

Director of Special Projects, Danny Hunsaker, described numerous unique features of the project. YESCO Electronics partnered and collaborated on this effort with long time San Francisco sign industry icon Thomas Swan. The combined centuries of expertise allowed things to go very smoothly. The extreme image aspect ratios were addressed through the YESCO Electronics proprietary PrismView® software partitioning capability. The displays were flush mounted on interior walls without the use of cranes, requiring displays be built in multiple pieces. The pieces had to be small enough to be handled with portable winches. The cabinet components then had to be reassembled within tolerances of thousandths of an inch to avoid visible seams in the continuous display image. YESCO Electronics leads the industry in image quality and ease of installation. Discussing this project, YESCO President Mike Young said, "When we turned these displays on for the first time on site it was amazing and the customer was thrilled."

About YESCO Electronics
YESCO Electronics’ name is synonymous with industry-leading innovation, manufacturing the finest most reliable products, and providing stellar customer support. YESCO Electronics offers the most energy-efficient digital displays available, having achieved California’s coveted Green Leaf Certification in 2011. As the leading manufacturer and supplier of electronic signs and outdoor digital displays, YESCO Electronics proudly builds all of its modules and displays in Logan, Utah.
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